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W*??)?(B3?AY\ MAH ?I '21 1?I05
On tho 22nd of February, 11)0.1, tho
-Governor approved au Act which roads
^afi follows: "Any person or persons
(intering upon the lands of another, for
tiie purpose ol hunting, fishing, trap
ping, netting, gathering fruit, straw or
surf, vegetables, herbs or cutting tim -
ber on the same, without tho consent
of the owner or manager thereof, shall
bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall pay
aline of not more than twenty dollars,
. or be imprisoned at. hurd labor not
more than thirty days for each and
K. of P. Banquet.
The annual banquet given by
?Ciiiquoln Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
was held in the lodge room Thursday
ri ititi t. It WUK a most enjoyable adair,
tiie lady friends of the Knights shar
ing with them the pleasure of tho oc
casion. A. ii Dagnall, chancellor
commander ot tin* lodge, acted us
toastmaster, and t Im responses were
ruado by the following gentlemen:
Judge Geo. K. Prince, "The Knight
is a Citizen"; Capt. H. H. Watkins,
"Tho ['ress''; L. S. Mutt i son, "'I'he
Pythian (?oat"; Hon, J. E. Brenzeale,
"Other Fraternities"; Mrs. J. J. Fret
?well, "Man"; Gen. M. L. Bonham,
'Woman." Tho menu was prepared
and served by the ladies of thu hospital
association. Much regret was felt
that Hon. B. A. Morir?n ot (J reen ville,
and Col. J. E. Norment of Columbia,
?wlio had been invited Lo speak, could
i not be present.
Chamber of Commerce.
Tho Anderson Chamber of Com
merce held its annual meeting in the
Court House lust Monday afternoon.
President F. G. Brown submitted an
interesting report, showing what had
been accomplished through the efforts
of the organization the past year, and
.making some timely and appropriate
suggestions as to the future welfare of
tlie city. The following Bonni of Di
rectors were elected to serve tho ensu
ing yoar: J. A. Brock, F. ii. Brown,
??i if /._?tr I :._t I
TV, r. l.<;.\, II, *v . uviiiiD, u. a. i nu
.vse'A, C. A. Gumbrell, M. L. Bonham,
K. S. Lig?n, Dr. S. M. Orr, W. R.
Osborne, T. A. Ratline, Jr., J. M.
Sullivan, G. M. Tolly, H. H. Watkins
and J. H. Weil. When tho Chamber
adjourned, the Directors met mid ro
He?tr*'1 tho following officers: Presi
>?ont, F. G. Brown; Vice-presidents, lt
S. Ligun and J. J. Frotwell; SeeiM
t?uy. A. M. Carpenter; Treasurer, W.
Meelina of Veterans.
Camp Tally Simpson, No. 1000, U. C.
'V., met at Pendleton last Saturday
afternoon and elected delegates to tho
National and State Reunions, viz:
Warren J. Mnrtion, J. C. Stribling,
National; J. W. Simpson, M. C. Diek
? Gon, Jesse Kay, B. C. Crawford,
"State; Sponsor, Miss Lila Stribling;
Maid of Honor, Mies Edna Gantt;
.Alternates, Miss Anna McCrary and
Miss Lois Martin.
Since this Camp was organized seven
ryears back one-half of its members
*iiave died, and Theodore Warner, D.
?B. Sloan, F. M. Rogers, D. K. Norris
and D. L. Richie have died within the
.ttast twelve mon thu.
As there can be no source of recruits
'?or these thinning ranks of the men who
..spent the best dayn of the prime of life
in the defensa of their country's honor,
. how long will it be until the last ineot
.ing of two or more will meet and have
'their usual pleasant talks over camp
life and the battles for the last time,
and then the lonely survivor will stand
and watch over the deserted camp
"while some eon of a noble comrade
??nay sound tbe bngle notes of the lmt
^tattoo-lights out-and the drnma of
tho Confederate soldier will have
-hoon played and the enrtain drop and
.rho last soldier of this noble army
.will have crossed over to view the
bsyoSu tbs river? S.
* ?Death of W. R. Keith.
'After living in agouy for several
' days at the borne of his father-in-law
-on Anderson street, W. R. Keith, who
.?moved here with bis family some time
ago from Anderson, died at 0:80 o'clock
Tuesday; evening. The funeral Ger vi
. ceo will take place at the residence
:'tbis morning at ll o'clock, conducted
by the Rev. Mr. Cartledge of tho First
(Presbyterian Church of Anderson. Im
. mediately after the services the in
terment will take place at Springwood
Mr, Keith was a native of Green
ville, but moved to Anderson several
jyears ago to accapt a position with the
?-Standard Oil Company, He. held a
^responsible place with that concern up
'to th? time of his death.
For six months Mr. Keith had been
in failing health, bat he was not
thought to be ill until Saturday when
ire was stricken with meningitis and
.becanio critically ill at onoe. Mrs.
Keith, who was Miss Nona Ma
baffy, daughter of F. P, Mahafty,
.survives with, a number of relatives
The fanerai will be conducted under
<the auspices of tho Woodmen of the
'World, of which order ho was a mem
ber, having become connected with
'Cedar Camp of thia city and later
transferred his membership to the An
derson lodge.-Greenville News, 23rd
Letter fo C. F. Jones Co.
Anderson, ?3. V.
~\)?ar Bira : TPs ?a ola saying : the best '
advertisement ls a pleased customer.
It happons to us continually la this
.way : A man bays Devoe tor his house
bo his pslnted In onoe in three yearn
tfor a dog'8-Bge. and thinks he knows
?svtiBt be ?ants-bays 30 gallons, and has
fi Be sees rlght-oflf that 20 Devoe ls aa,
?aanoh as SO of anything 'else. He likes
ytfaat; ii cornea quick ; it Isa surprise;
- and ne tells of lt. The best advertisement
ide a pleased customer. -
Three years roll round. There isn't a :
"slgu th ?t jila bonne needs paint ; be don't
?p?lot lt. Next y eur he don't paint it. j
Jilla comes slow ; it is a surprise ; but he
? &d ?f?i used ii J ?f. Still thu beat ad ver
dissaient is a Dl**Bxd mjsiosaer.
F W. b?TOB & Co.
P. S.-W- L. BrlMsev sella our paint.
?Tarm^r, von will s wo both guano (mon
??V) Sud IhNor (-nenav airain) if von plant
'**Flor.idvir?0' Wo f Biwauso you will
.-aaako mord.per. -acre ??nd get more per
,. pound. For sale at A. kioaon's drug store.
DonH be deceived vhan buying yoar,
' ? Steal Plow Shapes. Wlte farmers know
.and will tell yon that tb. ru?? manufactured
V try the Towers-Sullivan Mfg. Co. and
V?old exclusively in Anderson by Sulli
\v?u Hti v. Co. are by far the best op. the
v- jv pimply yon wat>t to ,pl ;nt, liv nil
mews, at leant one ?or-? lo, "FJorodora"
. * rbis year, lt will pay you ba?d?omaiy.
.'. ??av salo at Atkinson's Drug Store.
Compulsory Vaccination I aw to be Fin
Compulsory vaccination will now Ix
?MIforced in every county in the Slate
The .State Hoard of Health at thc nu t t
nitz in Columbia last week passed ti
resolution, which in a general wnj
meets with the requirements of thc
Act passed at the laut session of th?
Legislature, and the Attorney General
bau been instructed to draw up skele
ton ordinance which will be sont to al
towns and cities requiring compulsory
vaccination. The Hoard has so fal
pushed the campaign for compulsory
vaccination throughout the State ant
over ?800 lias been spent this year ir
vaccinating the people.
Tho Hoard will now appoint agonU
in each enunty, who shall see that thost
people living in unincorporated, vii
Inges aro vaccinated and there is r
heavy penalty attached to those whe
dq not comply with the law. A com
mission of live cents is given the saic
agent and a nominal charge of tee
cents is made in each case.
Rev. John A. .Mann preached at Wei
come last Sunday. Ile had a large an?
appreciative audience to whom lie de
livered an impressive sermon from tlx
text "Whatsoever aman Roweth tha
shall ho also reap.'' Conference wa
held utter services und ho was electoi
pastor of that church for this year.
d/ra. W. A. G. McWhorter left Mon
day to visit her daughter, Mrs. San
Harlin, ot Helton, and .Mrs. Hmo Kant
Miss Isa Horton, of Iola, visited lela
fives at Helton recently.
Miss Chapman and brother, of An-i
derson, visited Mr. Tom Campbell
tinnily at Erwin's Mill Saturday.
Those of our people who attende?
the entertainment of the Lebanon Iligl
School last Friday say that it was quit"
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chapman wen
guests of Dr. J. G. Hucworthand furn
ily on the third Sabbath.
M?BS Eva Davis spent several dayi
recently with relatives at Belton.
Wo have had frost for several morn
ings. but it is thought the fruit crop ii
Tho sunshino and showers nr<
bringing out leaf, and bud ami flower
calling vividly to mind the miracle o
the resurrection so beautifully tough
in the Holy Bible. Incognita.
- i- ? ?
Tho farmers aro taking advantage o
tin bright, sunny day? planting cori
and gettinir readj for cotton.
Small (?rain ls looking very sony ii
eur section, from tho tact ttiat it wa
damaged by the cold winter to a grea
Mrs. Maggie King has returned frotr
a short stay with her son, who reside:
at Contrai, S. C.
Mrs. Ola Willingham bas returne<
from Duunelon, Fla., where Bhe ha
been spending tho winter with her un
clo. C. C. Gains.
Little Sallie Wiight, who hos beei
very sick for the last week, is imptov
ing very fast.
J. M. King has vet urned from Havan
nah, Ga., where he served as a dele
gate to tho W. O. W. Camp from Dei
John Willingham rides up "to tb
city" a good many times theso days
Maybe we will learn later about hi
Smallpox is a thing of the past ant
consequently our folks are napp:
Rock Al i 11 News.
W. J. Freeman died at bis home nea
"Sunset Forest" last Sunday morning
Mr. Freeman suffered a stroke o' P&
ralyBis about four yearn ugo, and sine
that time he has been confined to bi
house. Herented out his farm homi
near Roberts Church this last winte
and moved to the home of his con-in
law, Dr. W. R. Pepper. He move?
from Dr. Pepper's some two week
ago to "Sunset Forest" to be near i
school there. He died from a thin
stroke of paralysis. He was a quiet
inoffensive, peaceable, and one of An
derson County's best citizens, and ty
his* industry and economy ho had ac
cumulated considerable property. Be
sideB his widow he is survived by thre<
children, viz: Airs. C. D. Cbamblee
Mrs, Dr. Pepper and Joseph Freeman
His remains will be buried at Robert
Church today, and I suppose his in
neral will bo attended by his pastor
Rev. Mr. Hawkins. He was a oonsis
tent member of Prospect Baptis
Church. A good man has gone to hi
reward. Peace be to his ashes.
We are having delightful weather
and the farmers are well np with thei
Some of our farmers have commenc
ed planting corn. There will uot be a
large an acreage planted in cotton thu
year as heretofore. *
The small grain orop is beginning t<
show-up a little since tho Warm dayi
have set in.
Mr. R. C. Cunningham sold his faro
near here and* bought the McCall]
farm, near Keys' Spring/
Mr. Mark Stripling, of Fair Play, vis
ited friends here last Sunday, and at
fonded churoh at Providence.
Mr. C. S. Skelton, who has been Biel
for some weekB, is reported to be get
ting on very nicely. His friends wist
for him a speedy recovery?
March 27. X.
Brushy Creek News.
It seems that old King winter hai
bowed in submission to the warning
rays of the spring sun. If this lln<
weather oontinues the farmers will be
gin soon to put their seeds in tin
Tho Rvw. Mr. Howard filled his ap
pom invent at Siloam Saturday and Sun
?jay. He was greeted by a large con
gregatioD on Sunday.
Married, at 10 o'clock Sunday morn
ing,?at the home of the bride's father
Miss Ett a .Rodgers and Mr. Newtor
Roe, of Colorado, the Rev. Howard
officiating. . ? n ," ,
Miss Eula James, of Greenville, n
visiting in our burg this week.
R. B. Dilworth, of Greenville, visited
Ii. P. Janies Sunday.?
T. lt. Hicks was the guest of Mist
Mande Ellison Sunday afternoon.
J. T. McNoolv called on some of th?
Greenville county girls Sunday after
Mrs. Nancy Harris is very ill witl
Imenmonia at the home of her son-in
aw, W\ M. .Merritt. , .1
Happy spring greetings to the Intel
ligencerand its many readers. ? ..
Mr. Editor: Please announce in yo ni
next week's issue, that the Wil
liamston Township Singing Conven
tion will meet with the White Piaim
Baptist Churoh on thc :2ml Sunday ii
April. AU lovers bf good singlug anc
music are especially invited to attend
A. M. Guyton. President:
Jof ph Jones, ol Lavenia, Ga., spent
San nlay night with J. A. Burgess.
Prof. Kkiuml Grubbs arni Bieter,
Mis? Hattie, of Fair Plnv. were tho
guests of Mr. Sam G robbs Sunday.
Mrs. \V. E. Punt, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mr?. J. B. Felton, at
Ebenezer, has returned home.
Hob Queen, of Lavenia, was with C.
L. Queen Saturday. His mother, Mrs.
Jane Queen, accompanied him home.
Dock Hoggs and Misses Corrie and
Leila Watkins from Central, spent
Saturday and Sunday with J. C.
Mrs. John Sharp, of Rivoli, ppent
some days with Mies Annio Fair Dick
son last week.
Millicent Abbott, from Seneca, spent
Sunday with J. C. Hoggs.
K. lt. Campbell, of Laurens, visited
H. D. Campbell quite recently.
Winfield Sharp, liom Rivoli, was
with friend? here Sunday.
J/rs. Jesse Campbell visited Mrs. E.
E.Sheritl'at Speed s Creek .
Mrs. Margaret Tribblo has been
quite sick for the past few days.
IL W. Socares visited Prof. J. H.
Felton at Ebenezer last week.
ANNOUNCEMENT TO FARMERS.
Il Cents for Your Cotton.
Hy nhlpping vour cotton to Whaley ?v
Hivers, Charleston, H. C., you can get ll
cents per pound provided your cotton i*
tho Flor?dora i^ng Staple. La??t year 1
plunted ti wren in this cotton a nd made I)
bales-nearly twice the amount ever
uuuio before on Hame land of any other
variety. Figure lt out for yourself. Do
you think it will pay vou to plant this
kind? It paid me. Yea, it paid well.
It will pay you to do the same. While
the remainder of my need last? I will till
your order at the following low price?:
Per single bushel '?>'> cents, live bushel
lot", tfU cents per buHbel. Seed are guar
anteed to b-? pure. 3eod packed and de
livered at my home or F. O. B. care, An
derson, S. G. M o noy promptly returned
if sunply is exhausted when order is re
ceived. Address R. A. Gentry, Ander
son, 8. CI. R. P. D. No. 2.
True photograph!) of cotton In field
are now on exhibition in show windows
at Atkinson's drug store where you may
Hee samples of seed and leave your or
Have you seen the Cotton Field pic
tureT on exhibition lu our show win
dow? If not you ought to see them be
fore planting your cotton. Atkinson's
Free Ride on the street cars to
Snipes Gallery, if you want as mu"h as
one dollar's worth of photo work. Prices
lower than any other gallery In Ander
nou, ano! um binn but nigh class wort.
W., wi 1 framo your pictures of all trices.
We have a large lot of frame material on
band whioh we would like for you to In
?peet, and*with two experienced frame
makers, we think we can give satisfac
tion both in style and prices. We have
small pictures enlarged to anv size.
Respectfully, E. M. Snipes, the Veteran
Farmer, try that "brag patch" this
year in ''Florodora" cotton. It will make
von HO tn o "brag cotton." Pare seed at
AU;Inn' n's Drug Store.
- Charles Robertson, a middle aged
white man, has been bound over to
' no ??u?r?i ?O?f i/ IQ VJ i'ccu ville for
olding up and detaining at the point
of a pistol Hura) Mail Carrier Newby,
ear Marietta, caused the mails to be
- It is believed in Washington that
Secretary of State Hay will not re
urn te his post, and that his Euro
pean trip is pra?tieally his retirement
froai public life.
Do Youl Own Banking?
YOUR money gets iu the Bank
whether you deposit or not. If yon
spend all some . one elee deposits it.
THE WISE MAN DEPOSITS
HI8 OWN MONEY.
A thousand- men' win competence
hy quietly saving their spare money
where one gets rich hy crazy specu
The Savings Department of the
Bank of Anderson pays interest on
We solicit your Banking business.
THE BANK OF ANDERSON.
If you wat)? a strone, wf*!l-inado, dur
ible Hpike-Tooth llvrow, buy the
< >hlo" from Sullivan Hdn\ Co.
A full line of Black HUI ith'B Toola is
.arrit-d by Sullivan Udw. CJ.
Mr. Kirksey's Recommendation.
Mr. Kirkaoy writes:-I Rive a positive
iuaantee with every bcx of Uydale'a
Stomach Table's and Liver Tableta I
sell, and have never be*n asked to re*
Tund the money in a single instance. I
liave uted theso tablets in my family
with best results, W. L. Kirksey, Mor
ganton. N. C. Rydale'i Tablets are pre
pared by The Radical Remedy Company,
Hickory, N. C, VT ho authorize every
iealer in thuir preparations to guarantee
avery box or bottle of their medicine,
they sell. Bold by Evans Pharmacy.
Now is the time to take a * pring tonic,
By far the best thing to take is Murray's
Iron Mixture. It makes pure blood nm:
l?ets rid of that tired leeling. At al
IruKgint? ,rX>3 a Untie, or direct from Tin
Murray Drug Co., Columbia, 8. C.
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like iiudlncr money
no think those who are sick. Whim yoi
have a cough, cold, sore throat, or che*
irritation, better act promptly Uko W
C Harbor, of Sandy Level. Va. He say?
"I had torriblo chest trouble, caused b,
smoke and coal dust on my lungs; bul
after finding no relief in other remedie?
I waa cured by !)r. King's New Dit
covary for Consumption, Coughs an
Colds." Cr ea tout sale of any cough c
lung medicino in the world. At Or
Cray A Co's, drug Btore ; 50o and ?I.CH
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
MONEY TO LOAN for homo ellem
on ea*y terms.
Simpson A Hood, Attorneys.
Got off Cheap.
lie may well think, he has got o
cheap, who, after having contracted coi
stlpatfon or indigestion, ls still able 1
perfectly restore his health. Nothir
will do this but Dr. King's New Lt
Pills. A quiok, pleasant, and certa*
cure for headache, constipation, etc. 2
at Orr. Gray A Co's, drng storr; gna
"Should Old Aoqualntanoe Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When you need anything uBuallv ko
In DrngStores don't forget that Wllhl
A W?hlte are generailv open from 10
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint?, as good
the best and as cheap os the cheapest, i
ways on band.
I Farmers commenced buying Cole
Planters from Sullivan Hdw, Co. aa ^
nuly UH lust June. Lust season there
were moro than 100 farmers who wanted
iheuo Planters and were unable to get
them on account of inability of factory to
furnish them. This firm placed an order
laut June for ?lix car-loads of Cole Plan
tera and Distributora and has now dis
posed of nearly all of them. Any farmer
who will look Into the merita of these
Planters will be convinced of their super
iority over all others and will realize
tbht ii will pay him to lay aside all
others that he may have and boy the
Are You Engaged?
Engaged people should remember,
that, after marriage, many quarrels can
be avoided, by keeping their digestions
in good condition with Electric Bitters.
8. A. Brown, of flennettsville, 8. C., says:
"For years, m y wi Tu auSTered lotsnssly
from dyspepsia, complicated with a tor
pid liver, until she lost her strength and
vigor, and became a mere wreck of her
former self. Then she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once, and
finally mado ber entirely well. She is
now strong and healthy." Orr, Gray &
Co.. druggist, sells and guarantees them,
at 50c a bottle.
Always Libera! to Churches.
Everv church will be given a liberal
quantity of E. <fc Mr paint. Call for it.
4 gallona Longman & Martinez, L. &
M., Paint mixed with three gallons lin
seed oil. will paint a house*.
W. B. Barr, Cbarloetoo. W. Va.,
writes, "Painted Frankonburg block
with L. & M. stands out as though var
Wears and covers like ((old.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallen for linseed oil,
which you do in rcady-for UKO paint.
Buy oil fresh from the barrel at GO
cents per gallon and mix lt with L & M.
It makea paint cost about $1 20 per
gallon. Sold by F. B. Cray ton, Ander
son; T. L. Hopper, Belton; T. C. Jack
Attacked by a Mab
and beaten, in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago streetcar condun
tor appllod Book led's Arnica Salve, and
waS*'soon sound and well. "I use it in
myfamlU," writes G. J. Welob, ofTe
konsba, Mich,, "and find it perfect."
Hlmply great for oats and burns. Only
25o at Orr, Gray <fc ?o's. drng store.
An Anderson Woman Asks
"have vou a floor paint that will last two
week??" Tee we have Devoe'a ; lt has a
beautiful gloss and will wear two years
if properly applied. W. L. Brlasey.
MONEY ?O LOAN-A lew thousand
dollars to lend on Land for clients. Ap
ply to B. P? M?rtio} Attorney-at-Law.
IF YOU ARE A
, . WE ARE COOP GAME !
There are four things that I want you to know about my
First That they are attractive.
Second. That they aie well made.
Third. That the.materials are worthy, and not used skimpy.
Fourth and last, but not by, any means least, that they are
lower priced than such . goods were ever ?priced before by any
There is no accounting for taste in Hats, as in other things ;
so I have equipped myself to suit all tastes. It's not ray business
to decide what sort of a Hat a lady should buy-it is my business
to have in stock the kind she wants to buy, ana sell it at a price
that will tickle the purchaser; and to have it made in such.a man*
ner that, ia actual wear, it will satisfy so well that the. customer
will always bear me in mind when she needs Hats. This is the
basia upon which I ask your Hali orders.
Great variety, good workmanship, and lower prices than oth
ers ask for the same goods.
Would advise early buying, aa the Easter rash will be a great
drawing card for Hats. Place your orders before the eleventh
hour, and reap the cream of the beautiful designs I now have on
MRS. F A. BLACK.
M* John C. Osborne old stand.
HAVE YOUR HOME GROWN CABBAGE.
PRICES-1,000 at $1.50; 5,000 at $1.25 per 1,000; 10,000 at 01.00
Eer 1,000. Shipped C. O. D. if desired? Plants ; arrive at you? Express
>flic o -in good* condition.
WRITE FOR M?RCHANT$' PRICES.
* Cabbage, Beans. Sweet Potatoes and Turnips in season.
Orders for shipment of tomato Plants, Bea Island/Cotton Seed and
Sweet Potato Draws should, be booked in advance- :. ||
JAS. BAY GER AT Y, Enterprise, a C.
Express Office, YonagY Island, 8.0.
We have plenty .bf heavy Shoes left, so t*iat we em jit
Weiter? Plow Shoes, Blucher Cutset gi JO.
Extra Heavy Shoes.
All WftWlttn,a ?.Anpaa BtiMi o ? fi fiji-Kaw jt^r
SOYS' AND CH!IDHEN$
We have the strongest line in the county.
Our Boys* Army Shoes ere the best wearers you can buy
For Girls our Seadan Calf Shoes ean'fc foe beat.
Women's and Children's Jersey Xeggins at 50ft.
Over-Gartersafc 25 c.
Bo not buy before you see us. It surely will pay you.
We mean business. 'T
;o tho Farmers ' an&f?erchaats Bank.
- ' ! . ???MW?
Your Spring Suit
18 READY AT ~m
C. F. JONES COM'Y.
*. - _
A good many hundreds of men are thinking seriously of
their Spring Suits, and we are going to help a large majority
of them to a most satisfactory solution of the question.
Our shewing of Clothing cannot be equaled. The fabrics
are the snappiest, from both foreign and domestic mills, The
styles are the very beBt. The variety, so great that w? can
please the most particular. The workmanship and other es
sentials embodied in our Clothes are only to be found in the
highest class of the finest tailoring.
They carry the badge of superiority, (the Schloss label shown in illus
tration) ; "tis the sign of the Best Correct Clothes forcGentlernen of superior
taste, and is Considered a valuable, ally (oe the dressy, clean cut looking man
of limited purse. When you buy a Snit of us you make an investment that
will yield you a daily dividend of SATISFACTION-a dividend tint ia BS
certain as the setting of the sun. it is .impossible to make you realize through
cold type the merit* of bur Clothing. BATTER CALL ON US-see the
garments and learn how great ia the advantage of trading with us.
C. F. JONES COMPANY.
Our Buyers are now in Ifew York, and to make room for
our Spring line of Goods we aro going to put the knife in.
every article in our Store. Boom will not permit ns to give
every item, but below we give you some Speoial prices :
New up-to-date Biilliantine, in pretty onion, brown, blue an$ black, 38
Ard 62 inch, at 48c and 69^ per yard.
A pretty line of Skirtings, tho latest novelties, at 48c and 69c per yard*
A nev/ lino of Black press Goods from 12Jc to $1.25. per yard.
One lot of Remnant Silks, worth Ol.00, to close at 25c per yard,
Five pieces 3?$-inch Heavy BJuok '?affeta Silk, worth 8L25, at 07c yaaJ,
Wo aro ovtratocked on Rod and"White Table Damask, and will
you special pricea to olose Out-from 17 ?o up.
Splendid Uno of new Counterpanes at ve?y low prices.
One lot MenV Suspenders, worth 20o, for ibis sale 9c.
Genu?t?e Mennen's Talb?in Powder, worth 25c, for this e*
Jive dozen Ladies' Black Underskirts, with four rofHes, value $1,5
special price 69o. .
We cs?n show you the prettiest line of Embroideries in the city aY y&?
Mpbiblf 7ow price?.
A few dozen paire of Lsce, C?rtai?a to be pfcwcd on eal? at coat,
Wo have just rcwived a pretty line of. Ladies* Fancy Cellar?, ranging
in price from 10c to S?.bO.
One lot of ?Sen'a Shoes, *ortb S3.?0, for this sale ?1.98.
' Come to See na wheadon wa^H anything in ?e.Shoe l;ne-ttn
A. big Imo of